England travel guide
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The land of pounds, pints and poms – England. Forget the stereotypes and lap up all the treasures on offer – head to Stonehenge for a dose of the ancient, get along to a pub for an ale and a tasty dish of ‘toad in the hole’ or experience the madness of a football (soccer) match in Manchester or Liverpool. London alone will keep you busy – go and wave at the Queen, see the city from the heights of the London Eye or grab a curry down Brick Lane. Cup o’ tea luv?
English, with many varying local accents throughout the country.
The electrical current in England is 240V and the cycle is 50Hz and you will need a converter if you have appliances that don’t accept this voltage. Square three-pin plugs are standard.
Daylight savings means clocks go forward one hour from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October.
Country Dialing code
Measurements and weights
Historically, Britain used the Imperial System but EU rules have made the use of the Metric system compulsory. Distance and speed are still measured in miles and miles per hour.
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